Magic2 Voice GB Manual - Fax-Anleitung.de
Dear customer, The fax machine you have purchased prints on normal paper by means of an ink film. It also enables you to use additional devices, such as cordless phones. Your fax machine is also equipped with functions that facilitate the installation and use. Sending and receiving fax messages To send a fax message that is more than one page, you can place up to ten pages into the document feeder. In case you run out of paper, faxes are stored until you print them out. Scanner Your fax machine comes with a detachable scanner. This enables you to fax or copy documents that cannot be fed into the fax machine, such as pages out of books and magazines. In addition, this fax machine provides copier features like: multipage copy, document enlargement and reduction as well as contrast adjustment, which are typical for regular copy machines. Additional (cordless) telephones Your fax machine fully supports the use of additional devices, such as telephones, cordless telephones, external answering machines or any other telecommunication devices suitable. You can transfer calls from the fax machine to a (cordless) telephone and vice versa. You can also start fax reception from an additional phone or stop the built-in answering machine—if your fax machine has such a device—to start a telephone conversation. Help key If you press HELP/INSTALL twice, your fax machine will print out a page describing the basic functions. It also provides information about additional help pages concerning fax machine use. 1 Overview Quick and easy installation EASY INSTALL will guide you through the installation of your fax machine. Press HELP/INSTALL for more than two seconds and a sheet will be printed out. Using this sheet together with the display prompts to aid the installation of your machine. Once you have gone through these steps the machine will automatically configure itself. Fax switch and modes SMU SMU The fax switch separates fax and voice messages. For example, it can receive fax messages silently, i. e. without ringing to avoid causing a disturbance. The operating modes S and M for day and night operation allow you to decide on different modes during the day and at night; how often the machine should ring prior to receipt of faxes or before the answering machine is turned on; e. g. during daytime it is assumed that calls should ring. After a set time the fax reception is turned on and messages can be left on the (internal or external) answering machine. At night it is assumed that disturbances are minimised. Faxes are then received silently and calls ring more quietly. The timer U makes your fax machine switch automatically between S and M modes. The built-in clock makes your fax machine switch to M at 10 pm and back to S at 6 am. Of course you can change these times according to your individual needs or switch off the timer. The display will show the current settings. ! Never expose your fax machine to rain or any other form of moisture, in order to prevent the risk of electric shock or fire. ! In a thunderstorm, disconnect the fax machine from both the mains and the telephone line. If you are unable to disconnect the fax machine, do not use it and do not telephone due to the danger of lightning strike and/or damage to the device.